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Realtime Transcription Streaming Just Got Easier at Neeson Court Reporting

Kim Neeson, founder of Neeson & Associates– Ontario’s renowned court reporting, stenography, transcription and arbitration services firm – recently returned from the 2011 annual STAR conference. The international gathering of court reporting professionals was held in Savannah, Georgia this year and shed some interesting light on a hot topic for transcription specialists everywhere. Neeson Court Reporting specializes in preparing deposition material for clients in Canada and visiting from the US from the heart of downtown Toronto’s business district. Boardroom and conference room rentals are also offered at this central location, with various amenities as well. Ms. Neeson is dedicated to bringing clients the latest stenography and transcription technologies, and often travels to events like this latest STAR conference to stay as current as possible in the court reporting industry.

 

STAR, or the Society for the Technological Advancement of Reporting, helps bring professionals in the court reporting field together to discuss advancements and useful technological resources. The organization’s goal is to provide a forum for members to evaluate Stenograph’s CAT products and forward their ideas its developers. Realtime technologies have long been an important subject addressed during these forums, and this information is invaluable, especially for a firm like Neeson & Associates, who offers court reporting using the most technologically advanced methods, and captioning services for hearing-impaired clients. But real time voice-to-text translation can also be beneficial for virtually anyone present in the arena of an arbitration hearing, whether they want to subtly review a speaker’s text or simply follow along.

 

Using laptop computers that often are locked down by firms’ IT departments for captioning and realtime streaming purposes can be inconvenient and frustrating. Thankfully, realtime streaming from CAT products to tablets, such as Apple’s iPad, is finally becoming a viable option. The STAR conference educated legal service professionals about how to bring this highly efficient, convenient and accurate practice to the industry. Most legal professionals already own a tablet of some sort – or a Smart phone – so they will now be able to use their own devices in proceedings.

 

Neeson Court Reporting is committed to using innovations like realtime streaming for the benefits of clients in and around the GTA.

Visit http://www.neesoncourtreporting.com to discover many services, from Neeson’stalented stenographers and transcription writers to meeting room and conference room rentals where you can hold your next arbitration hearing. Neeson & Associates is also social, so be sure to connect with us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/NeesonCourtReporting and follow on Twitter @NeesonCourtRep to keep in touch!

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